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How Conservatives Can Win The War on Christmas (Author Interview: Jonathan Last)

**Check out the paperback edition of The Christmas Virtues**

AUTHOR INTERVIEW WITH JONATHAN LAST (The Weekly Standard) – Christmas may be the most wonderful time of the year — but liberals continue to attack the season in their “War on Christmas.” To find out how conservatives can win the “War on Christmas,” you must read The Christmas Virtues, edited by The Weekly Standard‘s Senior Writer Jonathan Last.

The Christmas Virtues is filled with funny anecdotes, sloppy office parties, annoying “Look-at-Us” holiday letters, Black Friday mobs, Krampus, and the PC police trying to tear down Christmas from any public display or in our schools.

This is the third book in Last’s “Virtue” series, which also includes The Seven Deadly Virtues and The Dadly Virtues. Last edited this current compilation of Christmas-themed stories written by leading conservative figures, authors, and journalists. Authors include Jonah Goldberg, Stephen Hayes, P.J. O’Rourke, Christopher Buckley, Mollie Hemingway, and even Democrat Kirsten Powers!

While many will be familiar with Last’s work at The Weekly Standard – one of the most influential conservative publications today, he’s been published nearly everywhere from The Wall Street Journal, Claremont Review of Books, and even TV Guide. In the book, he also discusses his childhood pen pal relationship with none other than Santa Claus. The Christmas Virtues will certainly be a fun treat for all over the holidays!

Listen to our exclusive podcast author interview below with Jonathan Last!

Note: This interview was originally recorded in 2015.

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